Arnie created a masterpiece! Located just off US 278, three miles west of the bridge to Hilton Head, Crescent Pointe is a world-class Arnold Palmer “Signature Course” situated on a spectacular piece of property that highlights the beauty of the Lowcountry. It’s Arnie’s only public-access course in the Hilton Head Island area, and it’s pure Palmer with generous fairways but challenging approaches to its many elevated, undulating greens. Four unique par 3s await and the three par 5s are all birdie holes, but all feature over-the-water carries to do it. Magnificent, century-old oaks, manicured conditioning and dramatic shot-making opportunities make this course a “must play.” Palmer Design took full advantage of the sensational property, adding graceful elevations and rolling terrain not usually found in the area. Uneven lies are the rule, not the exception, at Crescent Pointe. Spectacular marsh views and dramatic white sand “beach bunkers” that cascade down the water’s edge make Crescent Pointe’s hazards seem a little less hazardous. Add the grand oaks, pines and magnolias, and you have a setting that can’t help but inspire!
Conveniently located on Highway 278 just seven miles west of the bridge to Hilton Head Island, Eagle’s Pointe Golf Club is a signature design of five-time Heritage champion Davis Love III. The hallmarks of Eagle’s Pointe are its classic risk-reward design, natural beauty, strategy, variety and superb conditioning, along with outstanding customer service. Winding through moss-draped live oaks and pines and freshwater wetlands and lagoons, One of the best in Hilton Head golf, Eagle’s Pointe’s spacious corridors allow golfers to keep driver in hand, but still favor placement over length. Putting your drives in the right position on the generous fairways is a must to negotiate the dramatic bunkering, unique green sites and large, contoured putting surfaces.
The Golden Bear Golf Course Hilton Head, a Nicklaus-designed masterpiece
The Golden Bear Golf Club is a premier Hilton Head golf club that boasts 18 holes of world-class championship golf. Exclusively designed by Jack Nicklaus, the Golden Bear golf course features a top-rated layout, and has quickly garnered a reputation of being one of the most beautiful and challenging courses on an island full of top-flight designs. Ever-present water and sand keep play interesting, but never penalizing.
Winding its way through a gorgeous landscape of towering oaks and pines, the Golden Bear golf course is a fitting complement to the prestigious Hilton Head residential community of Indigo Run. Named one of “America's Top 100 Courses Priced Under $100” in 2002 by Travel and Leisure magazine, each unique hole on the Golden Bear golf course rewards strategy and finesse. Come see for yourself why Golden Bear is a true standout among Hilton Head’s best courses!
n the Hilton Head area, Old South Golf Links is regarded as a favorite year after year by local residents and visitors alike. Since the Clyde Johnston’s designed course opened, golfers continue to be attracted to the natural beauty of lowcountry golf that Old South provides.
Just over the bridge from Hilton Head Island, vacationers regularly make the short trip to Bluffton to play golf amid towering oaks and rolling terrain while soaking in magnificent views from the island greens abutting the intracoastal marshes of McKay’s Creek. Golfers are often greeted by the abundant wildlife from wood storks to soaring hawks and grazing deer to alligators inhabiting the lagoons.
If you are visiting the Hilton Head area we invite you to come enjoy a day at Old South Golf Links, recognized by Golf Digest as one of the “Top Ten New Public Courses” of 1992. The friendliest staff in town awaits you! A Great Public Golf Course
The Barony Course was designed by George W. Cobb in the early 1960s and was one of the first courses on Hilton Head Island. From the tee box, many of the holes appear to be relatively open, but as you approach the newly resurfaced Bermuda greens, the real challenge becomes clear. The greens are generous and protected by thick, rough and unforgiving bunkers, entitling the golfer to have good touch with mid- to short-range iron shots. This is a course where accuracy, not length, is paramount.
When Oyster Reef Golf Club on Hilton Head Island opened in 1982, it was immediately ranked as one of the Top 25 New Courses in America. This Rees Jones design has been voted one of the Top 20 Courses in the Carolinas and enjoys a reputation as a favorite among locals. Oyster Reef is known in the Hilton Head Island golf community for a warm greeting, a friendly hand whenever you need it, and a concierge program that is at your beck and call. What’s not to enjoy?
Twenty-seven holes of spectacular golf in one fun, family-oriented package. Nestled within Hilton Head’s natural setting of majestic Carolina pine trees, flowering magnolias and moss draped oaks, the Shipyard Golf Club delivers memorable experiences for exceptional value.
Designed by Clyde Johnston and popular PGA Tour legend Fuzzy Zoeller, Island West Golf Club is a course built around natural marshland and follows the landscape presenting a rolling tree lined course. As one would imagine a course with Zoeller's fingerprints, Island West was built to be a fun, entertaining play.